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Dethlefs, Pykosh & Murphy Law: We Are Here to Protect You

Consumer Rights laws control what debt collectors can do and say in their attempt to collect. We can advise you of your rights under the law; we can teach you what creditors may and may not do and how you can most effectively respond. When they step over the line, we can help you assert your rights to freedom from debt collection abuse in court.

Our York creditor harassment lawyers are ready to help. Contact our bankruptcy attorneys regarding your experience with collection abuse.

Are creditors hounding you? The law is on your side!

There are a number of state and federal laws that regulate the activities of debt collectors. Most people don’t understand the extent of their rights when it comes to debt collection. While most are aware that collectors cannot abuse them via the phone or writing, they often don’t understand the extent of their legal rights when it comes to debt collection. Dethlefs, Pykosh & Murphy Law is experienced in identify and stopping debt collection abuse and are available to assist you.

You Have the Right to Sue as a Consumer

If a debt collector has violated your rights afforded to you by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), you are eligible to file a lawsuit.

You are entitled seek recovery for:

  • Actual damages
  • Statutory damages of up to $1,000
  • Lawyer fees and costs

Claim Your Consumer Rights with Our Harrisburg & Chambersburg Bankruptcy Firm

Dethlefs, Pykosh & Murphy Law can help protect you from debt collection abuse. Contact one of our debt collection abuse attorneys with your credit collection concerns. Consider filing bankruptcy as a means to bring creditor harassment to a halt while you move forward to debt relief that will truly work.

We can help put a stop to creditor harassment. Call us today for your free case evaluation. We can help residents of Harrisburg, York, and Chambersburg.